Lee Memorial Hall, EX34 8LW. Open daily from 11am to 5pm. In addition to our regular exhibitors we have some exciting new crafts this year so why not come along and see all of the beautiful local arts and crafts
Join a Ranger for a gentle stroll around the Woolacombe sand dunes and learn more about its intriguing history and wildlife.
From golf clubs to army tanks, orchids to whitethroat warblers, there’s much more to Woolacombe than meets the eye.
Sail to beautiful Lundy Island – Depart Bideford at 8.30am, arrive back in Bideford at 7.30pm. Enjoy spectacular views of the North Devon coastline on your journey to Lundy. Spend time ashore exploring the Island, see the wildlife then relax
A visit to Mortehoe is not complete without taking a tractor and trailer ride with Mortehoe Museum or National Trust. With two different trips to choose from, this is the easiest way to enjoy the rugged and dramatic coastline around
Alfie the Sheepdog stars in his own show. With just a hint of pantomime, the Farmyard Show tells the story of the rescue of Jemima, the duck in the castle. With the help of Mary the Fairy Pig Mother, and
Enjoy this self-led family trail along the beautiful headland at Baggy Point, and learn more about the amazing coastal creatures that live here. Pick up your trail map from the Baggy Point car park kiosk.
£1 per child.
The gem in North Devon’s stunning coastline – no visit to North Devon is complete without discovering the “Mortehoe Experience.” The village, which lies on the Heritage Coast and at the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has